Ceramic Logs for Bioethanol Fireplaces – Alcohol Burner Logs

Adding ceramic driftwood logs to a bioethanol fireplace can add a very traditional look to a modern fireplace design. The stainless steel bioethanol burner tray is not very appealing if you require a traditional look for your room. Ceramic logs for ethanol fireplaces are designed to absorb the heat from the flame and radiate some back. Adding logs for a bioethanol fire or gel fire logs is not just a matter of placing them on the fire there are number of safety considerations to be observed. Firstly, refer to the instructions supplied by the manufacturer as they should be included with the product and read before installing or using ethanol fireplace ceramic logs. Adding fake logs to a bioethanol fire can be desirable as it removes the starkness of the stainless steel bio ethanol burner tray however it is not as straightforward as it may seem.

If you are considering buying some decorative ceramic logs for your bioethanol fire then first you should consider how they can affect the flame quality and the emissions that can be given off by the fire during use. Only buy ceramic fire logs that are advertised by the seller for use with a bioethanol fire or gel burner fire.

You should also read the literature that the supplier provides to ensure you know how to, and where to, place the stones in the bio ethanol fireplace to ensure it is safe. The reason a bio-ethanol fire can be used in a room without a chimney and with the minimum amount of ventilation is that the ethanol fuel burns very cleanly. Read more below.

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If you already own a bioethanol fireplace you should contact the manufacturer of the bio-ethanol fireplace to get their advice on if the fireplace is suitable for this type of decoration. Read more below about bio fire logs, bioethanol fire logs, ethanol fireplace logs, bio ethanol fireplace logs, bioethanol logs, ethanol fire logs, fireplace ceramic logs, ethanol fire logs and gel fireplace logs.

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All fireplaces that burn fossil fuel give off emissions this is why when burning carbon fuels like natural gas, LPG, Wood or Coal a chimney or flue system must be installed in the home to draw the harmful emissions away to the fresh outside air. When the fuel source is alcohol based the emission values are very minimal and any additional air that is entering the room via ventilation dilutes these emission further making the fire safe to use. However, when you place ceramic fireplace logs into the flame it will affect the quality of the flame and increase the emissions.

Guide to Ceramic Logs for Bioethanol Fireplaces

Care should be taken when adding fake ceramic fireplace logs to a bio-ethanol fire. Adding logs raises two areas of concern, the affect they have on the quality of the flame and if they are able to displaced from the fireplace, for example roll off when hot and burn someone or start a fire. If decorative ceramic logs are added to a bio-ethanol fireplace burner and come in direct contact with the flame the emissions that are given off by the fuel will be increased and in certain environments be potentially harmful.  The volume of these emissions is governed by the size of the flame and burner, the bigger the burner the higher the emissions. If you are considering adding fake ceramic logs to a bio ethanol fireplace check with the log supplier before buying to ensure that they endorse the use of their product on a bio ethanol fireplace. You should also get instructions from them on how the decoration should be installed around the burner and how they are used.

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When you use the fake ceramic logs with your bioethanol or gel fire, they should be placed in a way that they look visually nice from the front (stood back from the fire) however they do not actually touch the flame or impede the flame slot so you can shut off the fire. This should be easy to achieve with some design consideration. Ceramics should only be used with bioethanol fires that include a glass panel. There should be a glass screen or barrier on the fire that ensures that the fake ceramic fireplace logs cannot roll off the burner.

By taking care on the positioning it should be possible to make the fire continue to burn very cleanly and as the manufacturer designed the fire to operate. Bio-ethanol fireplaces are a secondary heat source and are a mainly decorative heating product chosen to add style to a room. When choosing a bio ethanol fireplace there are certain safety considerations that must be observed like fuel handling and storage, lighting and extinguishing the flame. Read our help guides as shown in the main menu.

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Why Change to a BioEthanol Fireplace?

There are number of positives to look at when considering your next fireplace purchase. Buying a Gas, Electric or Wood Burning fireplace from a retailer may involve complicated installation work that can be costly and, especially in the case of wood there are issues over storage of the fuel and the mess caused by the ash. Also, apart from the electric fire, a gas or wood burning fire will need a chimney, something that a lot of modern houses do not have.

Did you know that bioethanol flueless fire designs do not need a chimney or flue system to be used? This means they are perfect for new, modern homes. They are also a great solution for older homes that have a faulty chimney that needs to be repaired. Or you may be looking to block up or remove an existing chimney to reduce your heating bills. Either way, flueless bioethanol fireplaces are a great, cost effective heating solution for a room where secondary heat is required. They are also good for the environment, unlike burning gas or coal. That is why it is best to look at the options and guides that are shown on the website before making a decision on your next fireplace purchase. Choose a flueless fire, or if you like a, no chimney fire, that uses clean burning bioethanol fuel.